I have one of those, albeit in white. It's a really nice keyboard, with the only exception being that I don't like the navigation block layout; it is very nice to type on, compact and has a full set of multimedia/application keys.
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Those models were designed to be paired with the IBM ball mouse with that blue scroll button as far as I am aware of, because my wireless version of that keyboard (SK-8808) comes with that mouse in wireless, with a single send and receiver handling both devices.
But I gotta tell you, this keyboard feels better than the later IBM keyboards and certainly a lot better than the Lenovo ones (those ones feel cheaper and cheaper as the manufacturing date goes later and later).
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